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Bangladesh Cricket Board stated on Tuesday that they are likely to give a no-objection certificate to its cricketers to participate in the resumption of the 2021 Indian Premier League.
Earlier, BCB had stated that they are not willing to give NOC to Shakib al Hasan and Mustafizur Rahman to take part in the remainder of the 2021 IPL as they expected them to be on national duty for the preparations of the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup.
As the white-ball series against England has been postponed to March 2023, the cricketers can now be able to participate without any hassle.
The chairman of the BCB cricket operation, Akram Khan, told Cricbuzz that they still have to get an official letter, if the duo request for NOC, they will be granted permission.
''Yes, if they apply and if we don't have any international commitment they can go and take part in IPL. We are yet to receive any official letter from them in this regard and if we get that, the board will take a decision,'' said Akram.
England and Bangladesh were set to play three ODIs and three T20Is in September-October.